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Author Bismuth, RĂ©gis

Title The Transnationalization of Anti-Corruption Law
Published Milton : Taylor & Francis Group, 2021


Description 1 online resource (585 p.)
Series Transnational Law and Governance Ser
Transnational Law and Governance Ser
Contents Cover -- Half Title -- Series Page -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- List of figures -- List of tables -- About the editors -- Contributors -- Foreword -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- Abbreviations -- Chapter 1 The transnationalization of anti-corruption law: an introduction and overview -- Part I International, regional, and domestic sources of anti-corruption law: eclecticism or convergence? -- Chapter 2 The Americanization of international anti-corruption: the influence of the FCPA on the OAS and OECD conventions
Chapter 3 Toward an interest group theory of foreign anti-corruption laws -- Chapter 4 Never waste a crisis: anti-corruption reforms in South America -- Chapter 5 The relevance of moral arguments against foreign bribery: Israel as a case study -- Chapter 6 France's new approach towards extraterritoriality in anti-corruption law: paving the way for a protective principle in economic matters? -- Chapter 7 Chinese multinational corporations' obligations in the global anti-corruption arena: levelling the playing field in Africa -- Part II Traditional methods reconsidered
Chapter 8 The failure of transnational anti-corruption law: civil law strategies reconsidered -- Chapter 9 The proliferation of international anti-corruption initiatives, standards, and guidelines: classification, benefits and shortcomings, future prospects -- Chapter 10 In the ocean of anti-corruption compliance standards and guidelines: time for codification? -- Chapter 11 State capture through corruption: how can human rights help? -- Chapter 12 Impact of corruption on the implementation of international law: an international criminal law perspective
Part III The new frontiers of compliance -- Chapter 13 Whistleblower protection: the next frontier in the transnationalization of anti-corruption law -- Chapter 14 The contract as anti-corruption platform for the global corporate sector -- Chapter 15 Linear and non-linear modeling techniques in transnational corruption risk assessment -- Chapter 16 Transnationalization of anti-corruption trainings -- Part IV Anti-corruption considerations in international dispute resolution -- Chapter 17 Methodologies for proving corruption in arbitration: uses and limitations of red flags
Chapter 18 The World Bank Group in international dispute resolution of fraud and corruption: examining the practice and jurisprudence of the Sanctions Board and ICSID Arbitral Tribunals -- Chapter 19 References to international anti-corruption conventions in international investment arbitration and international investment agreements -- Part V Challenges in the transnational enforcement of anti-corruption laws -- Chapter 20 The global diffusion of DPAs: the not so functional remaking of the rules against business corruption
Notes Description based upon print version of record
Chapter 21 The impact of blocking statutes on the enforcement of anti-corruption laws
Form Electronic book
Author Dunin-Wasowicz, Jan
Nichols, Philip M
ISBN 9781000389852